Checklist for Critical Event and Emergency Management Planning

Now more than ever, state and local governments need to plan for well-coordinated responses to keep communities and employees safe from critical events that threaten public safety, disrupt transportation, and cause outages. But most struggle having the right notification tools, situational information, trusted processes, and secure technology they need during an emergency to communicate with residents, staff, and emergency personnel.

Use this checklist for critical event and emergency planning to identify a critical event management (CEM) solution that unifies and transforms the way your organization responds to all types of events while complying with new StateRAMP cybersecurity certification program guidelines.

Learn how to:

  • Consolidate and Improve planning for critical events
  • Alert anyone, anywhere, on any device
  • Reach people where they are
  • Account for people’s safety
  • Get clear, relevant insights into critical events
  • Improve event response
  • Ensure security


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